Versinetic showcased load balancing and custom design solutions at CENEX LCV 2021
Versinetic, a division of award-winning embedded systems consultancy ByteSnap Design, will be showcasing its white-label log-encased design electric vehicle chargers on Stand C4-605 at this year’s CENEX LCV event, which is being held on 22 – 23 September 2021.
Cenex is the UK’s first centre of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies and its LCV (Low Carbon Vehicles) event is one of Britain’s premier EV charging infrastructure trade shows. LCV aims to focus on providing a showcase for the UK’s capabilities in the EV charging space, positioning the country as a leader in LCV technology development and exploitation. The event also aims to raise awareness and confidence in adoption of Zero Emission Vehicle technologies in vehicles and in fleet operations.
At its previous in-person event in 2019, the CENEX LCV exhibition saw over 4,770 attendees and more than 250 exhibitors; while its digital event had over 2100 delegates from 56 countries last November. Those attending LCV 2021 can expect the latest in electric vehicle and EV charging technology, industry seminars, facilitated networking and Ride & Drive of the latest research & development and commercially available vehicles at this year’s event.
Versinetic’s bespoke log charge point will be on show on Stand C4-605 for those interested in taking their charger concepts from just technical to well-designed solutions, combining the versatility and ingenuity of both hardware and software.
Also on Versinetic’s stand will be the company’s new iteration of LinkRay – a solution that operates in passive mode for the majority of the time, but has flexibility engineered in to allow it manage load balancing in an offline setting.
In addition, attendees can learn more about Versinetic’s products’ ability to integrate and manage flexible energy solutions using MantaRay, its smart charging communications controller. MantaRay has the power to run complex algorithms, allowing EV charging systems to deliver solar-generated power to vehicles.
Visitors to the Versinetic stand can also talk to the team about refining spec, optimising designs and accelerating time-to-market for their own projects and solutions.
Meet Versinetic’s expert EV charger engineering & development team on Stand C4-605 on Wednesday 22 and Thursday 23 September.
To secure an advance meeting slot, contact the team via firstname.lastname@example.org – register for the event here: https://www.cenex-lcv.co.uk/